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Welcome to Post Falls School District #273. 

The Board of Trustees from left to right - Michelle Lippert, Dave Paul, Bonnie Beaulieu, Carol Goodman, and Bridget Malek.

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News

K-12 Students will Attend School 4 Days a Week

Beginning Monday, November 16th, the Post Falls School District will hold classes face-to-face 4 days a week, Monday – Thursday with Friday as a remote learning day.  The Board of Trustees approved a pilot of the district’s new operational plan at the board meeting November 9th.  The plan will be reviewed at the board meeting on December 14. PFSD leadership has rewritten a draft operational plan to reflect new “orange” and “red” levels of operation.  To view a draft of the new operational plan click here.

Reminders:

  • Face shields and/or masks are strongly recommended unless mandated by Panhandle Health, state, local or other governmental agency mandates.   
  • Late start Mondays are suspended for the rest of the school year regardless of the color of operation.
  • Boys and Girls Club will have childcare available on Fridays.  Please contact them at 208-457-9089. 
Parent & Staff input survey results

Thank you parents and staff who participated in our recent surveys. We are taking your input into consideration and revising our operational plan to get students back to school. We sincerely appreciate your flexibility and patience.

Events & Calendar

Post Falls School District FERPA Policy in Regards to COVID-19

COVID-19: PERMITTED DISCLOSURES: The permitted disclosure of personally identifiable information to appropriate officials in connection with a health or safety emergency (§99.31(a)(10)) may include the disclosure of a positive COVID-19 test result and/or disclosure of exposure to COVID-19 by a student to a person with whom the student has had close contact and has tested positive, to public health department officials, or to other individuals who have a need to know, in order to protect the health or safety of a student or another individual.